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This particular photo is a significant amount of what we call "beneficial fungi" in one field of view at 200x total magnification. (photo by Z. Wright) Want to find out how to identifiy what organisms are and are not "beneficial" within your soil? Want to learn how to not only identify but quantify that information so that we can further administer and monitor a biological plan of action toward the soil? Well then, We are happy to announce our next microscope training works
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The image is most likely an aggregate of humus bound together by what we call a "beneficial fungal strand". To the bottom left of the fungi is a Testate Amoeba, which is another "beneficial" organism of the protista kingdom. Both indicate aerobic conditions which most plants prefer. (Photo taken at 200Xtotal magnification by Z.Wright) Is everything a result of life? Simply put, yes. Can we put life back? Also, simply put yes. Well then do we need to add any life? If we